maintenance

Martial Arts standard procedure is to stretch before workouts and to stretch and sometimes massage with your training partner after a workout. Par for the course, nowadays, the standard procedures are many times skipped, forgotten, or phased out. That is why I am reminding the readers of stepjournaldocs.com that massage and maintenance of the body is important, if you are blessed to have a partner to help you. Getting out and about is exhausting and many times can cause the body to be sore and possible strained, when walking, jogging, or traveling. For example, I am sore. It has been a strenuous couple of weeks, both physically, emotionally, and psychologically. Here, the traffic has not slowed down, it is still full force combat style driving and exhaust pipes. So, I try to stretch and rest when possible. Yea, , believe it or not, I am the founder of this program and I still don’t have a walking partner. Although, in college, many years ago, in martial arts class, we had partners and we sparred and practiced as a group and class. Our instructor censea taught that after strenuous training it was good to have a massage program or partner available, although it was not a required part of the class.

Drinking enough water is also important for the training and daily activities, and when the body is strained and stressed.

For all those who say, I am sitting in my cubical office at work and feel like I just worked out. There are services of shoulder massages for corporate and office employees. Ask and see if your employer would consider such a benefit for your company. Tax season is here, and there are tax deductible options for businesses, such as employee sign on incentives and loyalty programs, that health benefit might fit into one of those categories.

of course, there is ok, better, and best, for levels of quality and desired procedures. Although, people don’t always have the option or availability of the option that want, need, deserve, or know is best.

Well, take care. Stay warm……

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